Sultan 6th Day Collection Box Office Kamai Monday Earnings Full Details

Sultan 6th Day Collection Box Office Kamai Monday Earnings Full Details :- Breaking all the previous Bollywood opening weekend records Sultan has taken the whole Indian box office market by storm as the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial has managed to mint around 101% more income that was being spent on the budget of its making. Already combining todays earnings too this movie has made a business of Rs 200+ crore and if it keeps on performing continuously in this spectacular manner than we are very much sure that Rs 300 crore mark is also not too far away.


This is what Taran Adarsh tweeted earlier this Monday confirming the 5 days collection of this sports drama film Sultan at box office India :

#Sultan ROARS… Creates HAVOC… Wed 36.54 cr, Thu 37.32 cr, Fri 31.67 cr, Sat 36.62 cr, Sun 38.21 cr. Total: ₹ 180.36 cr. India biz. 👍

Salman Khan is not only the man to praise, but his co-actor Anushka Sharma (Aarfa) has done no less than Khan. Sultan is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, his way of directing the romantic sequences is unique which helped the chemistry flourish between Aarfa & Sultan.

Sultan 6th Day Business Report

It is produced by Aditya Chopra and distributed under the banner of Yash Raj Films. According to Wikipedia, Sultan was filmed on Rs 70 Crore budget and it has collected over Rs 261 Crore worldwide.

Now speaking regarding the performance of Sultan today on 11 July 2016 well overall occupancy rate of this movie has been recorded around 75% yeah its quite clear that a decline has happened but still looking at the hot weather conditions in India at present this rate is satisfactory enough even we can say its extraordinary.

Sultan Sixth Day Collection – Rs 25 crore (approx)

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